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Dec 25, 2011 11:00am EST
, jamie mcintyre, newscaster at mpr and senior pentagon correspondent. lauren ashburn, former managing editor of "usa today" and a contributor to the "huffington post." and fred frances, former nbc correspondent who now consults with clients dealing with the media in times of crisis. lauren ashburn, we had dominic strauss-kahn accused of groping a maid, anthony weiner aar, acc of sending pictures of his private parts. why is this so much in the media? >> it was like a train wreck. we were here listening to the tape shaking our heads saying, how can these people just go out and deny and deny and deny? you know, it's the entertainment value of it. i've always said it's the peoplization of the media. we all love to see people fail. >> not to say these aren't serious allegations that should be covered. >> no, no, not at all. i'm not saying that. i'm telling you why the media covers what's going to get ratings. what's going to have interest, and these kind of stories have a lot of interest. >> there's also a loss of privacy that's been experienced with the explosion of new media an
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